Wabash Institutional Repository
The Wabash Institutional Repository provides free online access to Wabash College student and faculty scholarship, institutional publications, open educational resources (OER), and materials from the Wabash College Archives. For more information on the Institutional Repository and the Archives' digital collections, please visit the Robert T. Ramsay, Jr. Archival Center located in the basement of the Lilly Library at Wabash College.
Founded in 1832, Wabash College is a private liberal arts college whose mission is to "...educate men to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and live humanely." Wabash sits on over sixty wooded acres in the city of Crawfordsville, located about one hour northwest of Indianapolis, Indiana. Wabash has built on its history that began when a group of Dartmouth-educated and Presbyterian-associated ministers founded the College in "the Wabash Valley" on what was then the western frontier. The College's faculty are nationally ranked for their accessibility to students, and all of the College’s full-time professors have terminal degrees in their fields. The College's approximately 900 students come from over 30 states and 15 countries and are governed by the Gentleman's Rule, which says "The student is expected to conduct himself at all times, both on and off the campus, as a gentleman and a responsible citizen."
Wabash College Archives
The Robert T. Ramsay, Jr. Archival Center is the home of the Wabash College Archives. Located in the basement of the Wabash College Lilly Library, the Wabash College Archives contains College records and materials documenting Wabash's history including academic catalogs, The Wabash magazine, student publications The Bachelor and Wabash yearbook, faculty papers, artifacts and ephemera, fraternity records, and photographs. The Archives also holds several rare books and other special collections.